Affiliation: The University of Tokyo
Location: Tokyo, Japan
- Behavioral and nutritional factors and geohelminth infection among two ethnic groups in the Terai region, NepalRajendra Prasad Parajuli
Department of Human Ecology, Graduate School of Medicine, University of Tokyo, Bunkyo, Tokyo, 113 0033 Japan
Am J Hum Biol 21:98-104. 2009....
- Health status of married women residing five communities in Nepal: unexpectedly high prevalence of anemia in a well-off community of KathmanduS Konishi
Department of Human Ecology, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
Nepal Med Coll J 13:1-6. 2011..Causes of high anemia prevalence among the women resided in the urban well-off area should be investigated in future studies...
- Cord blood levels of toxic and essential trace elements and their determinants in the Terai region of Nepal: a birth cohort studyRajendra Prasad Parajuli
Department of Social Medicine, National Research Institute for Child Health and Development, Tokyo, Japan
Biol Trace Elem Res 147:75-83. 2012..Less educated mothers are more likely to become a higher in utero As source to their fetus, and fetuses of older mothers were more likely to have higher in utero Cd exposure in Terai, Nepal...
- Diet among people in the Terai region of Nepal, an area of micronutrient deficiencyRajendra P Parajuli
Department of Human Ecology, Graduate School of Medicine, University of Tokyo, Japan
J Biosoc Sci 44:401-15. 2012..Intervention projects such as the introduction of kitchen gardens or fish farming may be effective, but will increase the degree of inequality between the two ethnic groups...
- Association of cord blood levels of lead, arsenic, and zinc with neurodevelopmental indicators in newborns: a birth cohort study in Chitwan Valley, NepalRajendra Prasad Parajuli
Department of Social Medicine, National Research Institute for Child Health and Development, 2 10 1, Okura, Setagaya Ku, Tokyo 157 8535, Japan
Environ Res 121:45-51. 2013..These results suggest that high levels of Pb or As exposure during the prenatal period may induce retardation during in utero neurodevelopment...
- Home environment and prenatal exposure to lead, arsenic and zinc on the neurodevelopment of six-month-old infants living in Chitwan Valley, NepalRajendra P Parajuli
Department of Human Ecology, Graduate School of Medicine, University of Tokyo, Japan Electronic address
Neurotoxicol Teratol 41:89-95. 2014..Using additional follow-up, this study investigated the effects of cord blood levels of Pb, As, and zinc (Zn) (an essential element) and the postnatal environment on the neurodevelopment of 6-month-old infants in Chitwan Valley, Nepal...